Hello all, I've been lurking but haven't introduced myself yet. (I will
Was reading up and wanted to pass on some info regarding file sharing. You
might want to consider using an online service to share files . Would make
it easier I think. One is called https://www.dropbox.com/ which is
Hi, I haven't posted anything yet, just keeping up with the list.
I saw this posting on craigslist for a FeLV positive cat needing a home. I
don't work for the rescue or anything and I can't take in another cat. I
just thought it was worth a shot to post it on here. I know you all care
I know some of you work with feral cat communities and wanted to pass this
I thought this story was pretty great. They call it cat rehab. A surprising
and unexpected way to deal with a feral cats killing actual endangered
Check it out!
Alice, I'm so sorry to hear Murphy passed. He was lucky to have you. It
sounds like he loved you a lot. And you obviously loved him, and was solidly
there for him when he needed you.
I also wanted to thank you so much for sharing the details of his final days
- for me, as a first time Felv+/FIV+
Have you looked into homeopathy?I'm not learnt enough yet to do anything
than point out a possible area to look into.
My situation is my cats aggression ( sounds a lot like yours but not quite
as aggressive with me) I can trace directly to the presence of the other
cats. She was the first
My kitties have suddenly begun playing paws under the door of my rescued IFA
positive FeLV cat and I'm wondering how worried I should be?
I'm kind of worried but it seems he likes to do this and I don't want to
take it away from him as it's his only kitty interaction - he hasn't had any
Do people ever start what is basically a very small in-home sanctuary to
help take care of almost 10 multiple rescued cats, and some outdoor ferals
because they don't believe in risking the cats to the shelter systems? Is
that too small a number of animals to be considered a sanctuary non-profit?
I like hearng about people's experiences on this
sanctuary/shelter/will/caretaker sort of thing. It's very illuminating.
And I just have to say, well said Kelley on the PETA thing. They creep me
Share something interesting today.
I don't know how old the cats are but (i'm sorry) the amounts I am seeing
(500/1000) doesn't seem like it would be enough to take care of the cats for
long other than maybe food needs. I definitely could be wrong. And maybe
that's all it's intended for.
Natalie that is a fantastic idea!
The above pretty much compliles all of the affordable ways to make or buy
cat shelters. I've heard feral villa is very good.
And btw - if you are making your own, your
On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 11:57 PM, dana giordano giordano.d...@gmail.comwrote:
This didn't seem to go through, just wanted to double send in case some
On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 12:10 AM, dana giordano giordano.d...@gmail.comwrote:
Sorry! Didn't read that post properly. For full on cat enclosures, these
sites may work better for companies and ideas
HI All, please add my boy Buddy to the list. He was 10 years old, both Felv
and Fiv positive.
He passed earlier today about a half hour after a seizure. He had no prior
seizure activity I was aware of, in fact I thought he was in great condition
and would be around for a couple more years. He
Thank you for condolences. I will really miss him. It's really weird to not
have him home.
On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 10:01 AM, Mike Finch jpact...@yahoo.com wrote:
I'm so sorry for the shock and grief you must be experiencing. I'm so
glad, for both of you, that you were there
that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can
world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has! ~~~ Margaret Meade
From: dana giordano giordano.d...@gmail.com
Sent: Thu, March 3, 2011 11:59:08 PM
and .well, I have long conversations with my loves that have left
this world. And they have made sure I knew it was very real.
On Mar 7, 2011, at 7:04 PM, dana giordano wrote:
Thank you so much for the condolences. I am still pretty sad he left. He's
all over my facebook
Hi everyone, this kitty needs a home and I didn't let Buddy loose in my
house, he was content in the bathroom. I think this little guy needs more
human attention than living in my bathroom would give him, and my cats would
eat him alive anyway - no word yet on IFA confirmation but they move kinda
Hi - the shelter near me in philadelphia has a very lovey kissing hugging
10-15 year old senior kitty who just is a total lovebug. His owner died.
Can anyone take him in?
He is on the very very sweet side and my bathroom doesn't seem like it's
good enough for this little lovebug.
As far as I
I found this via facebook that my contacts have friended. Maybe they can
* Share something interesting today.*
On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 11:59 PM, Kelley Saveika
From: dana giordano [mailto:giordano.d...@gmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, March 15, 2011 7:41 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] anyone in PA area or anywhere take in a super lovey
friendly FelV positive senior?
Hi - the shelter near me in philadelphia has a very lovey kissing
Have you thought about getting on facebook or twitter? I think so many
people on there would appreciate easy access to this amazing group of very
educated and passionate group of people. There is nothing there I have found
that even comes close to this group/site/list.
I'm so glad you found her and helped her. Just knowing someone was
therein some ways I'm sure she was aware there was caring and love
surrounding her finally - and now when you meet again someday, she'll tell
So glad to know people like you people. What you do is so important and so
I'm so sorry, and so glad to hear you both got a chance to share love. Love
the gentle vibes over the Rainbow bridge sentiment. I will send mine for him
Share something interesting today.
Do something interesting too. Foster. Adopt. Rescue. Volunteer. SHARE
For you house, I recommend diluting Dawn dishwashing liquid soap (supposedly
only the Blue Dawn works) and spraying it all over and under your furniture,
walls floors - I couldn't get rid of my house fleas until I tried that last
home remedy - and I think I've tried them all. The Dawn soap one
I did too - Do you recall the link where the info came from?
On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 4:38 PM, Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote:
Natalie, I hope everyone in the group appreciates this off topic
information as much as I do. I agree with you 100% on all of this.
You and I could both
Hi all, This came across a rescue list I am on, and I wanted to pass it on.
The lady had a fire, and is waiting for her house to be rebuilt. It took
longer than expected, and two of her foster volunteers could not extend.
If you or anyone you know might be interested, please don't hesitate to
Haven't seen this before so might becoming late to the party, but it's a tv
show on cat behavior issue hosted by the owner of spirit essences. Thought
y'all might be interested
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Just info on the caboodle ranch issue:
This place gets a lot of media attention and volunteers.
Personally, while he's not perfect, he was not alone in this work, so it
seems at least worth it to consider he got steamrolled.
I've been reading about it and it really seems like it may have been
There is: I found one database that seems amazing but it's suprising how
often people don't know about it and just uselessly circulate DNR's on
lists: It's called http://www.pet-abuse.com/
On Sat, Mar 10, 2012 at 2:36 PM, dlg...@windstream.net wrote:
PS Those who dump animals should never
I feed mine on the ground inside a bin which I have cut out the sides of so
they can pass through. I lean boards up Against the sides. It's low perfect
for a cat and opossums but apparently too low and awkward for a raccoon to get
in there. I put a large deep square plastic food bin inside
Have you tried dr elseys precious cat litter? It really does work, at least
when i tried it with my Buddy, who had felv and fiv and lived till he was about
11. It worked immediately for him.
On Jan 13, 2013, at 11:21 PM, strchalb...@aol.com wrote:
Thanks so much for your quick
big oops! Thanks PandieAnn! you're right, it's dr elseys cat attract.
On Sun, Jan 13, 2013 at 11:32 PM, pandie...@aol.com wrote:
it's not the precious cat litter it's dr. elsey's cat attract. 100%
guaranteed money back.
In a message dated 1/13/2013 10:29:16 P.M. Central Standard Time,
Wait- If u get the vaccine, don't they test positive anyway? And ditto- shots
of FeLV confused me too. Not sure how its meant.
Sent from my iPhone
On Apr 25, 2013, at 8:06 AM, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:
Shots of FeLV?
Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org
I just started using something called Clearlungs for my asthma and uri that
I have (and probably gave to my cats.) It's been quite helpful for my
breathing which made me wonder - has anyone ever used this or know if the
ingredients are safe for cats?
If not, I'll look up the info one by
I've never seen one of these, but wanted to pass it on in case anyone wants
to reach out to her, knows a sanctuary or wants to adopt.
They have $700 out of $1000 raised with 20 days left
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